Accessibility Statement Skip Navigation

Size Guidelines & Measurement Tips

We're here to help 800.301.9720

Rand Natural Steel Table Size Guidelines

Width
Depth
Height
Rand Natural Steel
24"-94"
12"-60"
7"-35"
Top Material
Width
Depth
Glass
24"-94"
7"-60"
Laminated Plywood
24"-94"
7"-60"
Wood & Butcher Block
24"-94"
7"-60"
Quartz, Granite, Marble
24"-94"
7"-60"
Reclaimed Wood
24"-94"
7"-60"

Granite, quartz and marble tops will come in two pieces on tables 60 inches or wider and in certain depths. Even-inch increments may be required so the top can be equally divided.

Standard Recommended Heights

Type
Average height
End Tables
22"-30"
Cocktail Tables
13"-17"
Dining/Office
29"
Counter
36"
Bar Height
42"

General Tips

  • When choosing your table measurements, consider any doorways, stairs or hallways you may need to maneuver the table through.
  • Overall height measurements include table top.

Dining Tables

  • The standard recommended height for a dining table is 29 inches.
  • We recommend allowing 24 inches per person around your table.
  • Make sure you have enough room to pull dining chairs out from the table. We recommend allowing 18 to 24 inches of space, though your room may require more space.
  • Table legs may affect chair placement, giving you more or less room along certain sides.
  • Keep dining chair measurements in mind when choosing your table measurements.

Counters

  • The standard recommended height for a counter table is 36 inches.
  • The standard recommended height for a bar table is 42 inches.
  • We recommend counter stools with a height of 24 to 26 inches and bar stools with a height of 31 inches.

Accent Tables

  • The standard recommended height for an end table is 22 to 30 inches.
  • The standard recommended height for a cocktail table is 13 to 17 inches.
  • We recommend spacing a cocktail table and sofa about 18 inches apart for smooth traffic flow.
  • End tables should be at or below the arm of a sofa and/or chair for easy access.
  • Console tables placed behind a sofa should be at or just below the height of the sofa back.
<< Back to Rand Table in Natural Steel by the Inch